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Curriculum Goals

St. Vincent Elementary School has three types of written goals. There are 12 overall goals for the whole school that serve as our foundation. Each subject area has a set of goals. Each grade has grade level objectives (reflected on the web page "Curriculum Objectives") that form the framework for student learning in each subject area. 

School-Wide Curriculum Goals 

  • Students will share their faith through service to others.
  • Students will use technology to access, process, and communicate information.
  • Students will participate in their own learning.
  • Students will show appreciation for diversity.
  • Students will show respect for God and all His creation.
  • Students will show respect for one another.
  • Students will demonstrate skills which enable them to be lifelong learners.
  • Students will effectively communicate in oral and written form.
  • Students will actively participate in the life of the Catholic Church.
  • Students will recognize, evaluate and solve problems.
  • Students will demonstrate skills and show appreciation for the fine arts.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to make wise choices concerning health and fitness.

Subject Area Goals

Religion Subject Area Goals

  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the beliefs of the Catholic Church as described in  the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate a knowledge of and participate in the Liturgy and Sacraments of   the Catholic Church as described the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will live out their faith using the guidelines of morality described in the    
    Catechism 
    of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of and participate in Catholic prayer as described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of and appreciation for St. Vincent de Paul and his life of prayer and service for God.

Language Arts Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use decoding and phonics skills to read.
  • Students will read and demonstrate an understanding of vocabulary words.
  • Students will demonstrate comprehension of reading materials.
  •  Students will explore various examples of literature.
  •  Students will demonstrate an ability to write in manuscript and cursive.
  •  Students will accurately spell words.
  •  Students will demonstrate correct grammar in written and oral communication.
  •  Students will communicate ideas through written forms of communication.
  •  Students will communicate ideas through oral forms of communication.
  •  Students will explore study skills to assist in the use of written and oral language.

Math Subject Area Goals

  • Students will demonstrate number sense in order to compute, compare, estimate, recognize patterns and solve problems.
  •  Students will analyze characteristics of geometric shapes.
  •  Students will use tools and formulas to determine measurements.
  •  Students will represent and analyze mathematical relationships using algebraic symbols and functions.
  •  Students will collect and use data to answer questions.

Social Studies Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use maps to demonstrate geographic skills.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of Missouri, American, and World History.
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the United States Government.
  •  Students will analyze community features and relationships.
  •  Students will examine other cultures.
  •  Students will use reference materials to obtain and analyze information.

Science Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use scientific inquiry to analyze various scientific principles.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of physical science.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of life science.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of earth and space science.
  •  Students will implement technology in the scientific field of study.
  •  Students will accurately collect, record and interpret data.
  •  Students will recognize and utilize the personal, social and environmental perspectives of science.
  •  Students will explore the human and historical aspects of scientific endeavors.

Art Subject Area Goals

  • Students will utilize appropriate skills and techniques in the use of various media.
  •  Students will use art to communicate ideas.
  •  Students will create art projects incorporating appropriate techniques, skills and creativity.
  •  Students will use visual art to express themselves.
  •  Students will incorporate visual art into other subject areas.

Music Subject Area Goals

  • Students will identify musical instruments.
  •  Students will read and perform musical notation.
  •  Students will perform various vocal music.
  •  Students will perform using classroom instruments.
  •  Students will incorporate music into other subject areas.
  •  Students will identify periods of musical history, styles of music, music from other cultures and uses for music.

Physical Education Subject Area Goals

  • Students will develop good motor skill patterns by exploring basic movement skills.
  •  Students will demonstrate competence and safety in a variety of fundamental skills and activities in groups or with a partner.
  •  Students will perform selected locomotion, non-locomotion, and manipulative skills.
  •  Students will develop concepts, rules and basic strategies of games and physical activities.
  •  Students will develop fundamental skills that will allow them to participate in games and physical activities.
  •  Students will demonstrate competence in rhythm activities.
  •  Students will describe the relationship of proper nutrition, exercise and health care.

Technology Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use technology to research various topics.
  •  Students will develop keyboarding skills using proper finger position.
  •  Students will use various software programs to practice skills from other subject areas.
  •  Students will use word processing and power point programs to communicate ideas.
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Alumni Game Show Night

Alumni Game Show Night 2022

The St. Vincent High School Alumni Association's Game Show Night is back - and with a t...Read More

Alumni Game Show Night

Alumni Game Show Night 2022

The St. Vincent High School Alumni Association's Game Show Night is back - and with a twist!

The St. Vincent High School Alumni Association, the booster club of SVHS, who works to fund and support all of the athletic programs, is hosting Game Show Night - Trivia Edition. Grab your family and friends and join us for a not-so-average trivia night. Teams of 8 or less will compete by answering common-knowledge questions for a chance to play in a bonus round for cash and other fabulous prizes!

The event will be on Saturday, February 19th. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and event starts around 7:00 p.m. It will be at the Robinson Construction Event Center.

Tickets to the event are sold individually for $25 each. Players will be able to sign up their teams and will be assigned their table number the night of the event. There is no minimum number of players per team, but there is a maximum of 8 persons per team.

Teams will be able to enter a "team theme" contest for best team theme. Wear costumes and decorate your table for a chance to win your entrance fee back! Cash bar will be provided by the Knights of Columbus and other raffles and cash games will be held throughout the night. Participants may bring their own food and snacks. No outside drinks allowed.

Interested in a sponsorship? Table sponsorships are $100 and include your company's logo on table, on a general banner, and 4 free drinks. Trivia category sponsorships are $250 and include your company's logo on-screen during one trivia category (5-10 minutes), on a general banner, and 2 free tickets to the event. Event sponsorships are $500 and include your company's logo on-stage during the entirety of the event and 2 all-inclusive tickets to the event. Sponsorships can also be purchased online this year.

Tickets go on sale Friday, January 21st at 8:00am. Visit www.svalumni.org/gameshow for more information and to buy your tickets!

 
Jan. 30-Feb. 5: Catholic Schools Week Schedule

Catholic Schools Week is January 30-February 5. CSW week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States and will be observed b...Read More

Jan. 30-Feb. 5: Catholic Schools Week Schedule

Catholic Schools Week is January 30-February 5. CSW week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States and will be observed by masses, assemblies, treats, and other activities for students, families, staff, parishioners and community members to celebrate.

Below is a schedule for Elementary Catholic Schools Week:
- January 31st: Wear Uniforms, “Pass the Light” All school Mass at 8:00AM, Kindergarten Family Picnic ( 10:45-11:05) and 3rd grade Family
  Picnic (11:30-11:50). 
- February 1st: Catholic Schools are Super- Wear Superhero Gear, 2nd grade Family Picnic (11:00-11:20), 4th grade Family Picnic (11:40-12:00)
- February 2nd: Wear Uniforms, 1st grade Family Picnic (11:10-11:30), 5th grade Family Picnic (11:55-12:15)
- February 3rd: You can’t hide your love for Jesus! Wear Camo Gear, 6th grade Family Picnic (12:00-12:20)
- February 4th: SV Blue and Gold Day for $1 donation that goes toward Annual Catholic Appeal.

***For Family Picnics: Parents are welcomed to bring in lunch for themselves and their child***

Below is a schedule for Jr./Sr. High Catholic Schools Week:
- January 31st: Wear Uniforms, “Pass the Light” All school Mass at 8:00AM, Special Snack
- February 1st: Celebrating the Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers! PTO provides lunch to staff & special student snacks at break. 
- February 2nd: Celebrating our Nation and community! Wear Red, White or Blue Colors with school appropriate jeans, special student snacks at    break, delivery of treats to community
- February 3rd: Celebrating Vocations! Dress as your future profession (school appropriate), Guest Speakers attending SV, special student snack
- February 4th: Celebrating the Students! PENNY WAR! Wear Blue and Gold, special student snack provided by PTO, Bunco/Bingo,  Catholic       
  Schools Week Pep Rally, 

 

 

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